Fish Easy

Fish Easy

Hardback

By (author) Mitchell Tonks

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  • Publisher: PAVILION BOOKS
  • Format: Hardback | 224 pages
  • Dimensions: 189mm x 246mm x 23mm | 1,066g
  • Publication date: 3 May 2012
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1862059292
  • ISBN 13: 9781862059290
  • Illustrations note: Colour images
  • Sales rank: 27,030

Product description

A seafood expert offers simple, delicious recipes that each take less than 30 minutes to prepare and cook A collection of incredible fish and shellfish dishes are all made using accessible yet sustainable fish, from salmon and trout to bream and bass to mussels and crayfish. The five chapters are based on cooking methods—the grill, the frying pan, the casserole pot, the oven, and the parcel, for fish baked in a foil parcel. Each chapter features tips on how to get the best results, whatever the heat source. There are plenty of tips and tricks with the recipes, including how to simplify the cooking further, and how to make a similar dish more cheaply. Specially commissioned photographs of the dishes and step-by-steps for many of the techniques complete this beautiful and accessible book. Recipes include dual measurements.

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Author information

Mitch Tonks is the founder of the restaurant and fishmonger chain FishWorks. The are 12 shops and restaurants, 3 cookery schools, 3 books, a range in the supermarkets and is currently working with Youngs as a consultant. He has also appeared on Saturday Kitchen and the BBC's BAFTA nominated Get Cooking broadband initiative. He contributes to magazines including Delicious and Fresh and demonstrates at major food shows around the UK.

Review quote

`Tonks' latest collection of seafood recipes does an admirable job of emphasizing ease of preparation without sacrificing flavor.` --Publishers Weekly.com